Thursday, 30 April 2015

Saudi u-turn on human rights abuses. PM says: “No drama.”

This just in…


Word is just coming in that internationally popular, highly respected, and super-casual New Zealand Prime Minister, John Key, has just delivered the world an historic diplomatic coup, by persuading the Saudi Royal Family to end it’s centuries long tradition of not having any human rights.
“It wasn’t really a big deal, to be honest,” said Key. “I just said: ‘Look Salman, the people of New Zealand have had enough of this beheading business, and stoning women and stuff. We just don’t like it. At the end of the day, if you want our sheep, you’re going to have to knock beheading on the head. Sorry Salman, but there it is mate."
King Salman, was instantly taken aback (as you can tell from the photo) and issued an on-the-spot proclamation reversing centuries of Wahhabist tradition, law and indoctrination.
“We didn’t realise,” said King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud…
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